Ebeltoft Skudehavn is located in extremely beautiful natural surroundings, and it is surrounded by beautiful red summer cabins. The harbor is in the middle of Ebeltoft town, which makes a visit to the harbor something very special.
Toilets and bathrooms are found at both the northern and southern ends of the harbor. A card is payable, which can be purchased at the vending machine that hangs outside the port's office. There is a community house which is open until 22:00. Here is a TV, kitchen and computer with internet that can be freely used by guest sailors. At the community house there is also a large terrace with barbecue area. There is wireless internet in the port and further information is available at the port office.
There are several shopping and restaurants within walking distance of the harbor.
The sailing club Ebeltoft Vig has its home port in Ebeltoft Skudehavn.
The frigate Jutland is an obvious attraction to visit when in Ebeltoft. The frigate Jutland is the world's longest wooden ship, and the ship was launched on November 20, 1860. Among other things, the frigate Jutland participated in the Second Schleswig War, where it was hit several times by enemy ships. The frigate Jutland is open from mid-February to 30 November.
the frigate Jutland
The Glass Museum Ebeltoft is a mix of various exhibitions and live workshops, but where the focal point is glass. The museum exhibits modern international studio glass and has a collection of 1500 works created by 700 artists from 40 countries. In addition to the permanent collection, the museum exhibits 6-8 special exhibitions a year either by a single glass artist or by composite groups. The glass museum Ebeltoft has in its garden designed a working glass hut, which is a popular attraction for visitors.
Experience how glass works are made in the living workshop
The cabin is open all year. Here the audience can experience how glass objects are made.
2015: Both under 10 meters in length cost 130 kroner per day. Both between 10-13 meters in length cost 150 kroner per day. Both over 13 meters in length cost 260 kroner per day. Electricity, bath and sink are paid with cards purchased.